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Photo of Daniel Bond holding Geobacter microbes.   Image Daniel Bond holds a jar of Geobacter microbes.
Updated November 19, 2008
Photo of Ayusman Sen's laboratory team in 2008.   Image Ayusman Sen's laboratory team in 2008.
Updated November 19, 2008
Illustration of the female pelvic bones and babies of "Lucy", Homo erectus and H. sapiens.   Image The female pelvic bones and babies of "Lucy", a Homo erectus and a modern woman.
Updated November 18, 2008
Photo of NSCL Director and University Distinguished Professor, Konrad Gelbke.   Image NSCL Director and University Distinguished Professor, Konrad Gelbke.
Updated November 14, 2008
Photo of the National Superconducting Cyclotron Laboratory on Michigan State University's campus.   Image The National Superconducting Cyclotron Laboratory on the campus of Michigan State University.
Updated November 14, 2008
Photo of Laura Saxton testing a multi-cell superconducting radio frequency cavity prototype.   Image Laura Saxton tests a multi-cell superconducting radio frequency cavity prototype.
Updated November 14, 2008
Photo of Ben Arend installing a detector during the reconfiguration of the NSCL's experimental area.   Image Ben Arend installs a detector during the reconfiguration of the NSCL's experimental area.
Updated November 14, 2008
Internal layers in the Greenland Ice Sheet.   Image Internal layers in the Greenland Ice Sheet.
Updated November 14, 2008
Researchers collect data in Greenland.   Image Researchers collect data in Greenland.
Updated November 14, 2008
Illustration shows gamma rays emitted from lightning and spreading out into space.   Image Firefly satellite mission will study lightning and gamma rays.
Updated November 14, 2008
Image of NEXRAD II Doppler radar which is used to assess landscape patterns.   Image NEXRAD II Doppler radar allows researchers to assess landscape patterns of nightly dispersal.
Updated November 14, 2008
Thermal IR video showing bats emerging from Davis Cave.   Video Thermal IR video showing bats emerging from Davis Cave.
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated November 14, 2008
Illustration of a family tree showing how lemurs and humans are related and how lemurs diverged.   Image Family tree showing how lemurs and humans are related and how lemurs diverged after they split off.
Updated November 14, 2008
Photo of Duke University Lemur Center Director Anne D. Yoder kneeling with a ring-tailed lemur.   Image Duke Lemur Center Director Anne D. Yoder with a ring-tailed lemur (Lemur catta).
Updated November 14, 2008
Photo of Duke University Lemur Center director Anne D. Yoder with a Coquerel's Sifaka.   Image Duke Lemur Center Director Anne D. Yoder, with a Coquerel's Sifaka (Propithecus coquereli).
Updated November 14, 2008
Picture of chick and chicken with large and small stack of coins.   Image The faster an animal grows, the more currency of energy it must expend.
Updated November 14, 2008
Gemini Observatory discovery image using the Altair adaptive optics system on Gemini North.   Image Gemini Observatory discovery image using the Altair adaptive optics system on Gemini North.
Updated November 14, 2008
Artist's conception of the multiple planet system, initially discovered with Gemini North optics.   Image Artist's conception of the multiple planet system, initially discovered with Gemini North optics.
Updated November 14, 2008
Cover of the November 14 issue of Science magazine.   Image The research appears in the November 14, 2008 issue of Science magazine.
Updated November 14, 2008
Photo of jellyfish at deep-sea hydrothermal vents in the Pacific Ocean.   Image A recently-discovered jellyfish has been found at newly discovered vents in the Pacific Ocean.
Updated November 13, 2008
Photo of scientists on a research vessel sampling the South Pacific Ocean for microbes.   Image Aboard the research vessel Kilo Moana, scientists sample the South Pacific Ocean for microbes.
Updated November 13, 2008
An under-microscope view showing clusters of cyanobacteria collected in the Pacific Ocean.   Image An under-microscope view shows clusters of cyanobacteria collected in the Pacific Ocean.
Updated November 13, 2008
Photo of two cyanobacteria fluorescing brightly inside a diatom seen under a microscope.   Image Two cyanobacteria fluoresce brightly inside a diatom seen under a microscope.
Updated November 13, 2008
Photo of corn damaged by insects.   Image One of the most costly and destructive agricultural pests is moth larva.
Updated November 12, 2008
Clues found in nanoparticles may help solve global energy challenge.   Image Clues found in nanoparticles may help produce environmentally clean energy.
Updated November 12, 2008
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